14 Days Turkey Tour – Best Of Turkey. Spend 2 glorious weeks in Turkey seeing all the must see sights. Soak up the culture and history of Istanbul. Soar above the fairy chimneys at dawn on a hot air balloon…
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14 Days Turkey Tour – Best Of Turkey. Spend 2 glorious weeks in Turkey seeing all the must see sights. Soak up the culture and history of Istanbul. Soar above the fairy chimneys at dawn on a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia. Explore the ancient city of Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis, one of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World. Luxuriate in the thermal hot springs of Pamukkale and retain your youth in Cleopatra’s Pool. Relax in the ever popular seaside resort town of Antalya. See the Turquoise Coast the way it was meant to be seen, on a 4 Day and 3 Night Blue Cruise, taking breaks for excursions and swimming! Don’t miss this trip, which is jam packed with adventure and beautiful places waiting to be seen!
Best Of Turkey – 14 Days Turkey Tour with 4 Day Blue Cruise
Best Of Turkey – Istanbul:
The city is one of the oldest in the world and dates back to 667 BCE. The city has been ruled by many different empires, has had a few different names and has seen times of prosperity and destruction. The city itself is a museum of treasures waiting to be discovered. Historical gems are scattered through out and there is certainly something to interest everyone. The most famous sites of Istanbul are found in the Old City, also known as Sultanahmet. Here, within walking distance of each other, you will find the Hagia Sofia, the Blue Mosque, the Hippodrome, the Basilica Cistern and The Grand Bazaar. The Hagia Sofia is one of the oldest standing basilicas in the world. It was built in 537 and still contains some of the original mosaics. The Blue Mosque is known for its six minarets, which when it was built was unheard of. Most mosques built by sultans only had four minarets. It is called the Blue Mosque because of the blue colored tiles that line the walls inside. The Hippodrome runs parallel to the Blue Mosque and contains historic relics acquired through out the centuries. The Basilica Cistern was built by the Byzantine emperor Justinian. It was a way for the city to store water for the residents, which was especially helpful if the city was ever attacked. The cistern is underground and can hold up to 100,000 tons of water. The Grand Bazaar is one of the most famous bazaars in the world. Built in 1461, it covers 60 blocks of Istanbul and boasts over 3,600 shops.
Across the river on the other European part, you will find the Galata Tower and Istiklal street. These are both a must see when visiting Istanbul. The city has seen many Galata Towers through its history that have been destroyed by war, natural disaster or fire. But the city has always rebuilt it due to its necessity against foreign invaders. To keep foreign war ships from gaining access to the Golden Horn, the residents would stretch a chain across the water. One side connected to the Galata tower and one on the old city side. It’s always been a very useful defense mechanism.
Istiklal street is one of the busiest shopping streets in Istanbul. Istiklal translated from Turkish means independence. The street was originally named the Rue de Pera, but was renamed after Turkey became a republic in the 1920’s. There are many boutiques, restaurants and bars on Istiklal, which meet Taksim Square at its northern point. Taksim Square is the center of the modern city and is always full of people.
Of course, no trip to Istanbul would be complete with out a cruise on the Bosphorus. It’s a great, relaxing way to see the city. There are many different types of Bosphorus tours, long and short. Some stop at a few destinations and some only cruise up and down. Whatever your preference, it’s available.
You should spend about 3 days in Istanbul, in order to see all of the main sites. There are many hotels, restaurants, sites and shopping experiences. There’s no doubt that you will always find something to do. Your First destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
Best Of Turkey – Cappadocia:
Cappadocia is your next stop and gaining more popularity every year. During the Tertiary period, about 50 million years ago, volcanic material covered the landscape and erosion over the years created the unique pieces of landscape that are now known as fairy chimneys.
The Hittites were some of the first settlers of the region and they discovered that the volcanic rock that covered the terrain was easy to carve. It is believed that they built the underground cities that still exist there today. The most famous is called Derinkuyu and it is 18 levels deep. The Hittites controlled the region from 2500 – 2000 BCE until the Assyrians took it over. Through the years, the area was ruled by a few different settlements including, the Phrygians, Lydians and Persians, before coming under Roman rule around 17 AD. The region was converted to Christianity and a monastic community spread through the region. The monks built their monasteries into the large volcanic rock formations. Goreme, as the main city of Cappadocia is known, boasts many geological must sees. From the underground cities, to the rock monasteries to the natural valleys and rock formations. It is best seen at dawn from a hot air balloon. The hot air balloons of Cappadocia have become quite famous and they are something that is not to be missed. The balloons take off before dawn and the view of the sunrise from the balloon is stunning. Even from the ground, the sight of the balloons in the air is breathtaking and its worth it to get up early and take a look.
When people see Cappadocia, they often think that the land is dry and barren, but in fact it is the opposite. Due to the volcanic ash, the terrain is quite fertile and a popular spot for vineyards. Wineries have been in operation since the Hittite period as well as pottery made from the clay of the Kizilirmak River.
Cappadocia, translated from the original Hittite means the land of the beautiful horses. Still to this day, horse back is an excellent way to see the area. A particularly great tour is that of the Rose Valley on horse back at sunset.
The easiest way to see the most popular sites of Cappadocia are by taking the fully guided North and South tours. Each is a full day tour and between the two, you won’t miss a thing. The North Tour is a convenient way to see Uçhisar Castle, Göreme Open Air Museum, the fairy chimneys, Avanos and Çavusin. While the South Tour covers the Derinkuyu (the underground city), Selime Monastery, Pigeon Valley and the Ihlara Valley.
A stay in Cappadocia would be incomplete if you didn’t spend the night in one of the enchanting cave hotels. Carved into the famous volcanic rock formations around Göreme, these hotels are a once in a lifetime experience. It’s also very easy to see the balloons in the morning from these hotels. There are many to choose from and one is just as charming as the next! Your second destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
Best Of Turkey – Ephesus:
Ephesus is one of Turkey’s many ancient cities. However, there are a few things that make it a bit more notable than some of the other ancient cities. In the 7th century BCE, the Lydians ruled the city of Ephesus. Their king, Croesus, built a Temple to the Greek Godess Artemis. However, in 356 BCE, a man named Herostratus burned down the temple because he wanted to be famous for destroying something so beautiful. The Ephesians rebuilt the temple 4 times bigger and it became one of the 7 Wonders of the World. In 129 BCE Ephesus came under Roman rule and became quite a prosperous city. At one point it was so large that it was second only to Rome. As Christianity spread, it is said that Saint John and Saint Paul visited the city and rebuked Artemis and the Roman Gods. They converted many to Christianity.It is said that Mary, Jesus’s mother, lived the rest of her days in Ephesus with Saint Paul. Her tomb can be visited along with that of Saint Paul. In 262 AD, the Goths destroyed the city and the Temple of Artemis with it. The temple was never rebuilt and pieces of it can be found in the British Museum. As Christianity became the official religion of the region, everything relating to Artemis was destroyed. Emperor Constantine declared Constantinople, or modern day Istanbul, his capital of the the Eastern region and Ephesus descended into ruin. The Ottomans took control of Ephesus in the 15th century, but the city was in such a state of decay, that it was abandoned. In 1863, British engineer John Turtle Wood began searching for the remains of Ephesus. Six years later he found it and began excavations.
Near Ephesus is the town of Selçuk and it’s definitely worth a visit. After Ephesus, the top attractions in Selçuk are Saint John’s Basilica where it is rumored that Saint John is buried. Near the basilica is the Isa Bey Mosque. The exterior is beautiful and it is always open to visitors, except at prayer time.
There are also some great beaches to visit in the area. Pamucak, Kusadasi and Alaçati are close and quite lovely. Windsurfing and other water sports are available in Alaçati.
For wine lovers, take a trip up into the hills outside of Selçuk to a town called Sirince. Spend the day tasting the homemade wine of the region and shopping for souvenirs made by the locals. Your third destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
Pamukkale is mostly known for the white travertines that formed along the side of the hill. Pamukkale translates to Cotton Castle in Turkish and gets its name because from afar it does indeed resemble a fluffy white castle. However, the city has more to offer besides the travertines. It is also the home of the ancient city called Hierapolis, which was built on top of thermal hot springs. The hot springs are the reason for the travertines. When the water from the hot springs flows down the hill, it loses carbon monoxide and leaves behind limestone deposits. Over time, the deposits built up in a step like fashion. The earliest records of the city of Hierapolis date back to 197 BCE and it is said that the city was founded by the king of Pergamum, Eumenes II. The people believed that the hot springs contained healing powers and people traveled to the city to bathe in the water and cure their various ailments. Hierapolis was conquered by the Romans in 133 BCE and destroyed by an earthquake in 60 AD. However, the city was rebuilt and prospered in the 2nd and 3rd centuries. The city was converted to Christianity at some point and a Philip was martyred there. It is unclear whether that was Philip the Apostle or Philip the Evangelist. However, a martyrion exists for Philip. The city began to decline in the 6th century and became partly covered in water. Excavations began to uncover the city in the 19th century. There is speculation that Cleopatra once travelled to Hierapolis to bath in the healing waters and make herself look younger. Due to this story, one of the pools on the site is named after her and you too can swim in the pool and retain your youth.
The town of Pamukkale at the base of the travetines is a small but friendly town. There are a few different hotels and restaurants to choose from if you wish to spend the night here.
Like Cappadocia, Pamukkale has also started offering hot air balloon rides over the travertines at sunrise. This is less known and the balloons in Pamukkale are always available as opposed to Cappadocia. Another fun activity that is offered in Pamukkale is paragliding. There are a few different companies to choose from. But they all fly you over Hierapolis and the travertines. It’s a great view and a great time! Your forth destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
Antalya, like Pamukkale, was founded by the Pergamum empire in the 2nd century BCE. It’s primary function was as a seaport. The city was bequeathed to the Romans by the last king of Pergamum, Attalus III. In the middle ages, the city was an important hub for crusaders continuing on to Palestine. The city was captured by the Selcuk Turks in 1207 and then occupied by the Ottoman Sultan in 1391. However, the city wasn’t incorporated into the Ottoman Empire until the 15th century because they were busy dealing with the invasion of Timur. After the fall of the Ottoman Empire at the end of the first world war, the Allies divided the empire between Italy, France and the United Kingdom. Italy claimed Antalya and Italian troops remained there until 1921 when they were driven out by Turkish nationalist forces. The city has a subtropical climate and its beaches are a big tourist destination. Due to the color of the water, the area is sometimes referred to as the Turquoise Coast. Antalya is the site of the famous Blue Cruises or Gulet Tours. The boats will take you around the coast over the course of 3 nights and 4 days. Tourists are able to swim and see caves and other sites only seen from the water.
Antalya is known as the “capital” of the Mediterranean and it certainly lives up to its name. The area has some of the best beaches in the country in addition to a thriving nightlife. Konyaalti beach and Lara beach are the two main beaches of Antalya, both long and luxurious. With beach chairs and bars readily available, you’re sure to never want for anything. The nightlife in Antalya is growing every year and quickly becoming a contender against Europe’s other party cities. Night clubs and bars line the streets in the city center as well as the surrounding areas of Kemer and Kas. Your toughest decision will be which one to pick. Your fifth destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
One of the many beach cities along the turquoise coast, Fethiye is a particular favorite of tourists. The city has some of the country’s best beaches. Yachting is also popular in Fethiye and due to this, you can find many great hotels and restaurants.
There are two main beaches along Fethiye’s stretch, Calis and Oludeniz. They both are lined with hotels, restaurants and bars packed with people, especially British people. Fethiye happens to be a favorite holiday spot for the Brits. There are many water sports available here, as well as paragliding.
Other attractions besides the beach include many ancient ruins. The public can tour the ancient city of Telmessos or sail out to Gemile Island and explore some practically untouched Byzantine ruins. Your sixth destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
The city of Demre is famous for none other than, Santa Claus? Yes! St. Nicholas lived here in the 4th century. Legend of him and his good deeds spread to Holland where they renamed him Sinterklass and imagined him as a Christmas elf.
St. Nicholas church was built as a tribute to him here and at first housed his remains. However, in 1087 his bones were forcibly taken to Italy. In 2009, Turkey petitioned for the remains to be returned.
The legend himself was born in a nearby city, joined the priesthood, became a bishop and worked in a nearby city named Myra.
It is said that St. Nicholas would drop bags of of coins down the chimneys of girls who wanted to marry but were too poor to provide a dowry. People also said that he would leave coins in the shoes of of the poor if they left them out. St. Nicholas is the patron saint of pawnbrokers, sailors, children, virgins and Holy Russia. Your seventh destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
Kalkan was once a fishing village that rose in status and became a luxury resort town. It is similar to Kas but is more exclusive and more expensive.
Despite the changing times, the city managed to keep some of its Ottoman era style. Much of the architecture is unchanged despite the rising villas and resorts. There are many hotels and restaurants to choose from.
Kalkan is also home to Patara beach which is one of the longest and nicest beaches in Turkey. Since the town is so exclusive, the beach is often less crowded. It’s quite the hidden gem. Your eighth destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
Kas was also once a fishing village that has since been transformed in to a restort town. Since the town is inbetween and a bit farther from the two main airports, it is also often less crowded. That and the fact that it is lies at the bottom of a mountain wall.
There are many hotels and restaurants and Kas has arguably the best night clubs in the Antalya region. During the day, you can rent a beach chair or cabana along the beach. There are different water sports to choose from. At night it’s all about the bars and clubs. With stunningly gorgeous facades and menus that boast just about everything, Kas has everything you could hope for. Your ninth destination of 14 Days Turkey Tour
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Arrival in Istanbul and Check-in to hotelOnce you arrive in Istanbul, our driver will be waiting to pick you up and escort you to your boutique hotel in the heart of the Old City, also known as Sultanahmet. After checking in the the Byzantium Hotel, or similar, you'll have the rest of the day to get acclimated and explore the city on your own.
Daily Old City Walking Tour (B,L)Following breakfast at your hotel, you'll be picked up at 8:30 by our experienced guide to begin a full day walking tour of the Old City. You'll start by seeing the Hagia Sophia, one of the oldest buildings in the city. From there, you'll continue on the the Blue Mosque where you can admire the beautiful interior. The Blue Mosque lets out on to the Hippodrome where your guide will tell you of the significance of each item. Lunch is provided at a traditional Turkish restaurant. After lunch, you'll walk through the historic neighborhoods of Fener and Balat before coming to Topkapi Palace. Admire the longtime palace of the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire as you learn how they spent their days. You'll finish your tour in the Grand Bazaar, one of the largest covered bazaars in the world. At the end of the tour, our guide will take you back to your hotel. You will have the rest of the evening to rest or explore.
Free day in Istanbul (B)You'll have this day free to explore Istanbul on your own. If you'd like to book another day tour, we suggest a luxurious cruise down the Bosphorus, a trip to the fairytale-like Prince's Islands or a day tour of Dolmabahce Palace along with stopovers on the Asian and other European side.
Istanbul-Cappadocia by plane and Daily South Cappadocia tour (L)At 05:00am you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the airport for the one hour flight to Cappadocia at 07:00 am. Upon arrival in Cappadocia, we will meet you at the airport with your name and transfer you to our office in Goreme town. You will be picked up at 9:30 AM for a tour of Southern Cappadocia. You will explore the Underground City of Derinkuyu, stroll through the scenic Ilhara Valley and stop for lunch at a restaurant near the river. After lunch, you will continue to Selime Monastery and then Pigeon Valley for some breathtaking views and great photo ops! At the end of your tour you will be taken to your hotel and you’ll have the rest of the night free.
Daily North Cappadocia Tour (B,L)You can enjoy breakfast before your next tour. Our guide will pick you up from your hotel at 9:30 AM for a tour of the North side of Cappadocia. Your first stop will be at Uchisar Castle, which is one of the best views in the area. Next, you'll visit the Goreme Open Air Museum, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and take in the stunning frescoes. For lunch, you will be stopping in Avanos at a traditional Anatolian restaurant. Following lunch, you'll make short stops for photo ops at the beautifully scenic landscapes of Pasabag Monk's Valley, Devrent Valley and the Urgup Fairy Chimneys. Before returning to your hotel, you'll stop at a traditional kick wheel pottery factory and see a demonstration. If you're lucky, you may even get to try it yourself! At the end of the tour, your guide will drop you back at your hotel. You'll have the rest of the evening free.
Cappadocia-Izmir by plane (B)Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at your hotel before our driver picks you up and takes you to the airport for a one hour flight to Izmir. Once you arrive, our driver will pick you up and transfer you to your hotel in Kusadasi. You will be staying at Ilayda Avante Garde Hotel or similar. The rest of the day is free for you to relax or explore the charming seaside town of Kusadasi.
Daily Ephesus Tour (B, L)Following breakfast at your hotel, our guide will pick you up at 9:00 AM for a full day tour of Ephesus. The tour begins at the site of the last dwelling place of the Virgin Mary. You can tour her modest home and leave her a message before departing for the main event. Next, your guide will take you through the ancient city of Ephesus explaining the history and stopping for pictures through the site. Following the tour, you will have lunch at a traditional Turkish restaurant before continuing on the view what remains of the Temple of Artemis. Once one of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World, only one pillar remains. You'll make a quick stop to learn about the history and take some photos. At the end of the tour, you'll be taken back to your hotel. The rest of the evening is free.
Daily Pamukkale and Hierapolis Tour (B, L)After a quick breakfast at your hotel, your guide will pick you up at 7:30 for the 3 hour bus ride to Pamukkale. When you arrive around 11:00 AM, you'll begin the tour with lunch at a traditional Turkish restaurant. Following lunch, your guide will gibe you a tour of the ancient ruins of Hierapolis. After, you'll have two hours of free time. You'll be free the explore the onsite archeological museum, swim in Cleopatra's Pool or head to the main attraction, the white travertines where you can wade through the thermal waters. At the end of the tour, you'll make one final stop at the base of Pamukkale for a great photo op. From there, the guide will drop you off at a hotel in Pamukkale town. You will have the rest of the evening free.
Daily Aphrodisias Tour and transfer to Antalya (B,L)Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before our guide picks you up at 9:00 AM for a day tour of Aphrodisias. During your tour, you will see: the Ancient city of Aphrodisias, which is one of the most important archeological sites of the Greek and Roman periods in Turkey. Aphrodisias is located in the Maeander River basin, in a fertile valley 100 miles southeast of the port of Izmir. It is famous for its sanctuary of Aphrodite, the city’s patron goddess. Aphrodisias enjoyed a long and prosperous existence from the first century B.C through to the sixth century A.D. Today, many of the city’s ancient monuments remain standing, and excavations have unearthed numerous fine marble statues and other artifacts. The extraordinary preservation of this site brings the culture of the Graeco-Roman world vividly to life. At the end of the tour, our guide will take you to your hotel in Antalya. You'll be staying in Kaleici, which is the historic old city of Antalya. You'll have the rest of the evening free.
Daily Perge, Aspendos, Kursunlu, and Manavgat tour (B,L)Following breakfast at your hotel, our guide will pick you up at 8:30 AM for a full day tour of the historic sites of Antalya. Your first stop will be in the ancient city of Perge, which was originally settled by the Hittites around 1,500 B.C. From there, you'll move on to the ruins of Aspendos, which houses one of the best preserved Roman theaters in the country. Lunch will be served at a traditional Turkish restaurant. You'll finish your tour exploring the impressive Manavgat waterfall. Once the tour is finished, our guide will take you back to your hotel in Antalya, where you can enjoy the rest of your evening.
Antalya-Demre by bus and transfer to the boat for 4 day Blue Cruise from Demre to Fethiye (B,L,D)Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before our driver picks you up at 8:30 AM. You'll be taken to the bus station for a 3 hour ride to Demre. When your bus arrives, our driver will pick you up and take you to the boat for the start of you Blue Cruise. After lunch on the boat, you'll depart for Pirates Cave, where you will have time for swimming. From there, you'll sail over to the Kekova Sunken City for a glimpse of the ancient Roman ruins. Unfortunately, swimming is forbidden, so you'll only be able to view it from the boat. The next stop will be in Simena town. You'll have time to explore the castle and partake in some water sports if you wish. You can have a relaxing dinner at Pirate’s Haven or party at the Smuggler’s Inn.
Kalkan and Kas (B,L,D)After breakfast in the morning, you'll sail to Kas harbor for lunch and the opportunity to explore the fisherman's village. The area also holds ancient Lycian tombs and a Roman theater that you can visit if you wish. From there, you'll sail to Firnaz Bay, where you'll have dinner on the boat and spend the night.
The Butterfly Valley, Oludeniz and St. Nicolas Island (B,L,D)In the early morning, the boat will sail to Butterfly Valley, where you can watch the sun rise while you have breakfast. You'll also have time to visit the Butterfly Reserve which boasts 130 different kinds of butterflies. Next, you'll cruise to Oludeniz where you'll b given the opportunity to go paragliding over one of the most scenic coastlines in the world. The last stop of the day will be to St. Nicholas Island, where you can tour the well-preserved Byzantine ruins and see a gorgeous sunset from the top of the island. Enjoy dinner and your last evening on the boat.
Fethiye-Istanbul by plane (B, L)Following breakfast, you'll sail to Samanlik Bay for swimming and lunch before docking at Fethiye Harbor around 2:00 PM. Once you've checked out of the boat, our driver will take you to the airport where you can fly back to Istanbul, or on to another destination.
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All bus transfers and hotel transfers mentioned in the itinerary
All meals mentioned by the itinerary (B-breafast, L-lunch, D-dinner)
7-day small Group tour mentioned by the itinerary (Guide, Lunch, Transportation and all entrance fees
11-Night Boutique hotel with breakfast in the city centers.
3 Night 4day Gullet Cruise with all meals -Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
Standard yacht equipment, board games, snorkels & masks, fishing lines. Passengers may bring snacks, such as fruit, nuts, muesli, yoghurt, chocolate and other
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